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Upcoming Programs and Events at the Racine Public Library

Advertisements The following is a list of the upcoming programs at the Racine Public Library: The library is currently operating at full capacity. Masks are required by every patron over the age of two. Please respect social distancing guidelines. For more information about COVID-19 safety and guidelines, please visit the library website and check out […]

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Jacobs Family Halloween Lights to Benefit the Racine Zoo

Advertisements For the past 9 years, the Jacobs family has had a grand-scale Halloween light display at their house. Sarah, Josh, and their daughters, Cali and Izzy enjoy decorating together for the holidays. The Jacobs Family welcomes people to their house to enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience this Halloween. They decorate their lawn with scenes featuring […]

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Racine Zoo

Advertisements Racine Zoo details Address: 2131 N. Main Street, Racine WIPhone number: (262) 636-9189Website: of operation: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 29, 2021 – September 6, 2021, last paid admission at 4:30 p.m.10 a.m. to 4 p.m. September 7, 2021 – May 27, 2022, last paid admission at 3:30 p.m. Nestled on the sandy […]

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Racine Zoo Welcomes Tawny Frogmouth

Advertisements The Racine Zoo added another tawny frogmouth to their exhibit. The Zoo is pleased to introduce the newest animal, Groot. He will join Ashton, the tawny frogmouth in the Australian-themed Walkabout Creek Exhibit, alongside the kangaroos, wallaroos, and emu. Tawny frogmouths are insectivorous birds native to Australia, and one of the species atthe Racine […]

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North Shore Bank Launches “For the Love of Animals” May Campaign

Advertisements North Shore Bank has announced that zoos and humane societies across the state will be the focus of the bank’s second community give-back program “Bank on Kindness,” a campaign to support local efforts of Wisconsin non-profit organizations. Until May 31, the public can donate to the local animal-focused community partner(s) of their choice through […]

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Racine Lifts Occupancy Limits; Masks Still Required

Advertisements RACINE – The City of Racine has revised its “Safer Racine” ordinance to end occupancy limits that were put in place last year to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The revisions were released Thursday by Racine Public Health Administrator Dottie Kay Bowersox. The update to the ordinance includes: Increases indoor and outdoor […]